• Link-based Full Cost Analysis of Travel 

      Cui, Mengying; Levinson, David
      Published 2018-09-13
      This paper develops a link-based full cost model, which identifies the key cost components of travel, including both internal and external versions of cost, and gives a link-based cost estimate. The key cost components ...
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    • Measuring full cost accessibility by auto 

      Cui, Mengying; Levinson, David M.
      Published 2019-01-01
      Traditionally accessibility has been analyzed from the perspective of the mean or expected travel time, which fails to capture the full cost, especially the external cost, of travel. The full cost accessibility (FCA) ...
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    • Multi-Activity Access: How Activity Choice Affects Opportunity 

      Cui, Mengying; Levinson, David M
      Published 2020-01-01
      It is commonly seen that accessibility is measured considering only one opportunity or activity type or purpose of interest, e.g., jobs. The value of a location, and thus the overall access, however, depends on the ability ...
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    • Primal and Dual Access 

      Cui, Mengying; Levinson, David
      Published 2019-07-29
      Accessibility, measuring the ease of reaching potential destinations, is increasingly being considered as an effective indicator to evaluate the performance of transport and land use interactions. Primal accessibility, a ...
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    • Shortest Paths, Travel Costs, and Traffic 

      Cui, Mengying; Levinson, David M.
      Published 2019-10-03
      This study examines path flows for road networks. Path flows sum individual route choices from individual travelers, associated with specific path objective. We estimate these flows for each cost factor of auto travel: ...
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      Working Paper
    • Temporal Variations in Activity Network Using Smart Card Data 

      Zhao, Xia; Cui, Mengying; Levinson, David M.
      Published 2020-01-07
      This study explores temporal variations in activity networks for four million passengers, differentiated as workers and non-workers, using public transport based on a large-scale smart card dataset generated over 105 days ...
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      Working Paper